The time has almost come for Errol Spence Jr (24-0, 21 KOs) to defend his IBF welterweight title against WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia (39-0, 30 KOs), in what is Garcia�s first ever venture up to 147 lbs. This has been billed as a �superfight,� and it�s taking place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The goal from promoters is to have more than 50,000 fans inside the venue, which would be the most ever for a boxing event at the home of the Dallas Cowboys. Before the fight can commence, they do still have to make weight for Saturday night. You can watch the weigh-ins live stream at the top of the page today (Friday, March 15th) at 3 PM ET/12 PM PT. Alternatively, you can tune into FS1 and watch the weigh-in there. PPV Card (FOX PPV, 9 PM ET) Errol Spence Jr (146.25) vs. Mikey Garcia (145.5) David Benavidez (167) vs. J�Leon Love (168.25) Luis Nery (118) vs. McJoe Arroyo (117.25) Chris Arreola (239.25) vs. Jean-Pierre Augustin (226) Spence vs. Garcia costs $75 to purchase on FOX pay-per-view, and will begin at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT. There will be a one-hour preliminary card special at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT on FS1. On March 16, in Arlington Texas, the AT&T Stadium, which is where the Dallas Cowboys play, will host the Errol Spence Jr. vs Mikey Garcia fight. This will be the biggest fight of the year. Errol Spence Jr., who holds the welterweight title, will fight Mikey Garcia, who is the lightweight title holder. This fight is the first Pay Per View card and its at the AT&T Stadium. The owner of the Dallas Cowboys is a huge boxing fan and wants fights at the stadium. Garcia has a record of 39-0, with 30 Knockouts and Spence has a record of 24-0, with 21 knockouts. Spence is from Dallas, Texas and he will draw a crowd, and Garcia will draw a decent fan base because he is Mexican-American. Spence is 29 years old and Garcia is 31. When two of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world clash, it instantly becomes a monumental event for the sport that you won't want to miss, and that's exactly what we have Saturday night in Arlington, Texas. Errol Spence Jr. is set to put his IBF welterweight championship on the line against WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia, who's moving up in weight for the fight inside AT&T Stadium as he aims to continue to prove he's the best fighter on the planet. Spence (24-0, 21 KOs) is coming off a June 2018 victory over Carlos Ocampo in which he successfully defended his IBF title for the second consecutive time with an impressive first-round knockout. Garcia (39-0, 30 KOs), meanwhile, is taking a chance by making the move up to challenge the dominant Spence, who's considered a big welterweight to begin with. But if he can pull off the victory, hand Spence his first loss and take his IBF title in the process, then he'll firmly be stating his case as the pound-for-pound best in the world. In July 2018, Garcia retained the WBC lightweight title and claimed the IBF championship with a unanimous decision victory over Robert Easter Jr. Below is all the information you need to catch the big fight in Jerry World on Saturday night.